|The concept of chiropractic manipulation is readily accepted and becoming popular. Advantages you might consider are:
Background checks are often conducted.
See the Occupational Outlook Handbook: Chiropractic. Also, see the Association of Chiropractic Colleges.
The courses listed below are general suggestions. Check the professional school of your choice to see specific admission requirements.
Minimum Science Coursework
- Principles of Biology I and II (BSC 120 and 121)
- Human Anatomy (BSC 227) Note: BSC 227 does not count toward a Biological Science degree.
- Human Physiology (BSC 228) Note: BSC 228 does not count toward a Biological Science degree.
- Principles of Chemistry I and II and Labs (CHM 211, 212, 217, and 218)
- Organic Chemistry I and II and Organic Lab (CHM 355, 356, and 361)
- General Physics I and II and labs (PHY 201, 202, 203 and 204 or 211, 212, 213, and 214)
- Mathematics to meet prerequisite requirements for the science courses listed above
General Education Coursework
- English Composition I and II (ENG 101 and 201)
- Social and Behavioral Science: General Psychology (PSY 201) and Introductory Sociology (SOC 200)
- Statistics (MTH 225)
- Follow catalog for degree requirements B.S. or B.A.